Papers: Juventus is offered to offer Paulo Dybala in his bid to re-sign Paul Pogba of Man Utd

Papers: Juventus is offered to offer Paulo Dybala in his bid to re-sign Paul Pogba of Man Utd

Last updated: 15/09/18 11:28

Today's lecture

Today's lecture

All the top stories and transfer rumors from the back pages of Sunday newspapers …

Sunday mirror

Juventus is ready to use the Argentine gold boy Paulo Dybala as bait to displace Paul Pogba of Manchester United.

Manchester United have told Inter Milan to sign Ivan Perisic for a temporary change from striker Anthony Martial.

Chelsea is one of many clubs that have impressed Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic's explosive start to the season.

Chelsea will open talks about a new deal with defender David Luiz.

Manchester City has denied Liverpool's offer to pay for the damage done by rocket launcher fans on their team bus last season.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United are closely watching Arsenal playmaker Mesut Özil and could take a step forward in the January transfer window.

Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is ready to face former Napoli club to sign Italian international Federico Chiesa.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Manchester City will be closely watched by two players who have tracked down this week: midfielders Lucas Tousart and Tanguy Ndombele of Lyon.

Inter Milan plans to make another substitution to loan Anthony Martial of Manchester United in January.

Fabian Balbuena has ordered his new West Ham teammate to take control of the games.

Post on Sunday

David Beckham and his American start-up team, Inter Miami, are planning a spectacular kick-off for Lionel Messi for their debut season in Major League Soccer in 2020.

SCOTTISH SUN

Nick Powell is in the middle of a transfer race between Brighton and Scottish champion Celtic.

David Weir has announced that Mark Warburton has attempted to sign Rangers star Connor Goldson on Nottingham Forest.

Hearts is just before the 18th summer, after Sean Clare has been training with the Jambos.

DAILY RECORD

Brendan Rodgers insisted he feared no collusion between the two Red Bull-backed teams in Celtic's Europa League group.

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